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'43 JOURNAL' IfER'ALD, DXYTON, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Hi, 1936 Helen Montgomery Becomes Bride Of Robert Bickham jt iv SLri Vr" yO I 1 Social Workers Plan Reception The Social Workers guild will open its fall program with a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Dayton Art institute. Both new and old agency workers are invited. Purpose of the organization is to interpret the community resources and work of the welfare agencies. Mrs.
Mildred Caddies will be chairman of the reception. New officers are, Paul Len-arduzzi, president; Alice Peltier, vice president; Eileen Graham, secretary; Jesse Gibson, treasurer. In i i I II IIWIBI 111- ADVERTISEMENT STOP THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES ant leu4, jwr kark at any tree itara. Try tatUaMrrliif ITCH K-NOT (or Itch wuma, rtnf worm, latcrt lt, font Ikh rthff nrfana Ib-h. Tut to bm 47 atfit.
Kw at Oalla. ker Drat Store. the late Mrs. Bickham. The bridegroom is the great-grandson of Maj.
William D. Bickham. former owner and editor of The Dayton Journal. Arrangements of large bronze chrysanthemums decorated tb church altar for the ceremony which was followed by a reception in the Whaling Station Inn. Monterey, Calif.
The bride wore a gown of Italian silk fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, cap sleeves and a boufant skirt terminating in a train. She wore a crown of orange blossims and carried a nosegay of bouvardia. Jane Osgood of Pacific Grove, Calif, served as maid of honor and Mrs. Daniel Payne of Los Angeles, Calif, was bridesmaid. They wore bronze crystalette frocks and carried arrangements of pale green spider chrysanthemums.
They wore the earn flowers in their hair. The bridegroom's father served as best man. The mother of the bride, Mrs. McCutcheon, wore a bright green taffeta sheath dress, a jeweled hat and a corsage of orchids. Mrs.
Bickham, the bridegroom's stepmother, wore a cocktail-length gown of blue and silver brocade, matching hat and a corsage of orchids. For her wedding trip the bride wore a beige and turquoise silk print sheath dress with beige accessories and a turquoise duster. Mrs. Bickham is a graduate of San Mateo high school. She studied at the University of California and was affiliated with Delta DeltaDelta sorority.
The bridegroom is a graduate of Princeton university and the University of Michigan. He is teaching at the University of New Mexico where he is studying for his Ph.D. degree. The couple will reside in Albuquerque, N. M.
Mr. And Mrs. Bostic ELY A LEE ISEAL. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Real of hitler City, and Charles Robert Bostic, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lang-dale Bostic of Springfield, were married Sept. 1 in Corpus Chriiti church. Both hare resided in Dayton.
After a reception, the couple left on a trip to Niagara Falls and Canada. They trill reside on Rustie road. (Photo by Miller's studio) Mr. And Mrs. Gibson CEXTRAL N.4ZARE1SE church trat the irrne of the recent tcedding of Betty Ruth Copeland, daughter of Hubert Copeland of A'ortft Terry street, to Donald Gibson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Elijah Gibson of Beattyville, Ky. The, couple reside on Steele avenue. She attended Stivers high school and he attended school in Beattyrille. (Photo by Friedman-Easterling) Miss Weber COVlSGTOy Mr.
end Mrs. Charles Weber of Covington are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie, to James Tin frock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lett-is Finfrock, alto of Coring, ton. Mo tcedding date has been set.
Both are graduates of Covington high school. -LI JwSmSX iMr mmlimii 1 i I Miss Dinsmore TO BE INSTALLED as tcorthy adviser of Dayton Attemhly 46, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, is Rochelle Dinsmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dinsmore, 2.1 George street. She will take office at installation ceremony at 8 p.m.
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Soft suede with an unusual trim of faille on vamp, cuff and back of shoe. 39 18" black or nary The wedding of Helen Montgomery to Robert S. Bickham took place Saturday in the Church of the Wayfarer, Carmel, with Rev. Charles H. Bur-rill officiating.
The 7 p.m. ceremony took place in the presence of a group of family members and close, friends. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. R. D.
McCutcheon of San Mateo, Calif, and Orange. Tex. Jler husband is the son of William Denison Bickham of Tarry-town. Ardsley-on-the-Hudson, N. formerly of Dayton, and MRS.
HARRISON' JR. Couple Married In St. Louis St. Luke's Evangelical and Reformed church in St. Louis, was the scene of the recent wedding of Barbara Lee Gregory to Marion Clark Harrison Jr.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cloval L. Gregory of St. Louis and the bride-proom's parents are Rev.
and Mrs. Marion C. Harrison of Kenilworth avenue. The bridegroom's fatlhcr and Rev. William B.
Beltge of St. Louis officiated. The bride wore a gown of rylon tulle fashioned with a fitted bodice and skirt styled with scalloped tiers of embroi-ered nylon tulle which terminated in a chapel-length train. Her fingertip veil of illusion was caught to a crown of pearls and orange blossoms. She carried white roses, carnations and lillies-of-theA'alley- arranged on an ivory Flora Glenn of St.
Louis nerved as maid of honor and bridesmaid was Marcia Harrison, the bridegroom's sister, Clara Rotihweiler of Junction City, Kan, wan junior bridesmaid. Linda Gregory of St. Louis, the bride's cousin was flower girl. They wore 6treet4ength gowns of pink crystalette and carried pink ivory fans covered with pink roses and peonies. John Flotron served as best man and Roy Archer of St.
Louis, the bride's cousin, was groomsman. David and Dale Harrison, the bridegroom's brothers, were junior groomsman and ring bearer. Ushers were John Rainey of Fostoria, Walter Hollander of Jeffersonville, Ind, and James and Charles Lorsbach of Hardin, 111. The couple will reside at Eden Theological Seminary, Webster Groves, Mo, where the bridegroom is preparing for ministry in the Evangelical and Reformed church. Keep Milk Stored To maintain fresh milk at its best quality keep it clean, cold, covered, and in a dark place, A storage temperature of 40 degrees Fahrenheit is most de sirable to protect flavor and food value.
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